Ricky Ledo signed a second 10-day contract with the New York Knicks on Sunday.
Ledo has played in five games with the Knicks.
NEW YORK (AP) The New York Knicks signed guard Ricky Ledo to a second 10-day contract on Sunday.
The 6-foot-7 Ledo is averaging 7.2 points in 18.5 minutes per game in five games with the Knicks. He also appeared in five games for Dallas this season.
Teams can sign players to two consecutive 10-day contracts. If the Knicks want to keep Ledo beyond the expiration of this deal, they...
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One of the biggest names in this year’s free agent class, LaMarcus Aldridge will be seeking a max contract and the New York Knicks will be more than willing to give it to him. Aldridge is enjoying one of the best years of his career with averages of 23.5 ppg and 10.4 rpg, and is only 29-years old. It is...
Knicks fans are confident these days, confident that their team will win the NBA Lottery. They also seem to think that one rookie will turn this disaster around... good luck with that.Same old song and dance:Same story different day.What a surprise...what else is new, lol terrible KnicksTank machine:DRAFT PICK!!! #NYWho cares if they're losing, get that 1st overall pick!Good we lost...
Marc Gasol let it be known that he'd be interested in talking to the New York Knicks, but is that what Phil Jackson ultimately wants?
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New York Knicks rookie forward Cleanthony Early on Thursday insisted there is no chance that the Kentucky Wildcats could beat his NBA team, despite the nightmarish season the woeful 14-58 squad is suffering through. The entire “Could Kentucky beat an NBA team?” dialogue stems from SMU head coach Larry Brown saying last week that Kentucky...Read More
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Training camp, preseason, practices, games, and press rooms…there’s rarely ever an offseason for a sports broadcaster. In the March installment of UnManning the Game TV, MSG Network’s New York Knicks and Red Bulls sports broadcaster, Tina Cervasio, shares a rare perspective on how she powers through the long, losing Knicks season, her biggest challenge covering sports as...
Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date for the late Knicks’ Jason Smith.
Smith’s NBA career came to a crashing halt after the Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan threw down one monster dunk right in his face that got the crowd in MSG off their seats and the L.A. bench rejoicing.
Smith joins other NBA players who have been brutalized by Jordan and his powerful dunks. Ask...
New York Knicks big man Lou Amundson was on the receiving end of one of the worst foul calls of the season last night and the poor guy took a serious beating in the process. Amundson was pretty much body checked by the Grizzlies’ Mike Conley, Jr. and had the basketball smashed into his own
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The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers are undoubtedly two of the NBA’s most popular franchises, which probably has something to do with them being based in the United States’ two biggest cities. However, even as Madison Square Garden and the Staples Center continue to fill up to capacity, the respective product on the floor at both ends of the country is certainly substandard...
Stephon Marbury's professional rebirth in China continued to bear fruit, as he led the Beijing Ducks to their second consecutive title and third overall championship since joining the team four years ago.
The 38-year-old former NBA standout was named the finals MVP for the first time following Beijing's 106-98 victory over the Liaoning Leopards on Sunday night in the northeastern...
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If you haven’t noticed, and I wouldn’t blame if you if your answer is no because the Knicks are pathetic and there is no point watching them, New York Knicks guard Alexey Shved is currently their best player. The 6’6 Russian combo guard has become a starter for the Knicks and...
Alexey Shved (1) is averaging over 15 points a game with the New York Knicks. Should Phil Jackson and company retain the foreign guard for next year?
When the Knicks traded point-guard Pablo Prigioni to the Houston Rockets, it looked like just another move to clear cap space. In return, they received two second-round picks and a 6’6″ guard named Alexey Shved. The Russian native...
The cheers in “The Mecca” Madison Square Garden have come few and far between this season. The New York Knicks currently sit at 14-54 in the standings and are tied for the worst record in the NBA. After all of the roster changes, including the injury to star forward Carmelo Anthony, the midseaon trade that included both J.R Smith and Iman Shumpert, and the contract buyout of...
Listen, nobody expects a lot from Lou Amundson. He’s a nine-year NBA veteran with career averages of 3.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game. He’s not exactly an All-Star.
But he’s still a professional basketball player, and there are certain expectations that go along with that.
Like, say, hitting the rim on a layup attempt.
To be fair, Amundson’s...
An excerpt of my latest column for Poynter:
When Scott Cacciola started the season as the Knicks beat writer for the New York Times, he didn’t anticipate that by January he would be writing about a girls fifth-grade basketball team in Springfield, Ill. instead of Carmelo Anthony. He thought a February road trip would to be to Chicago for a game against the Bulls, not...
While you were watching college basketball on Thursday, the NBA’s version of a pillow fight was going down at Madison Square Garden — with the loser gaining sole possession of the NBA’s worst record. The Timberwolves and Knicks — two teams more interested in college prospects than this godforsaken NBA season — entered Thursday’s game
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Gregg Popovich was all over his team for making history on Tuesday — and not the good kind. The San Antonio Spurs became the first defending champion to lose to a team with a sub-.200 record when they fell to the 14-53 Knicks 104-100 on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. Predictably, Pop did not...Read More
Things have gone off the rails so severely for the New York Knicks this season that Phil Jackson relied on some gallows humor to summarize the sorry state of the team. He did so by jokingly suggesting he meant to ruin the team and that Jeanie Buss, his fiancée and Los Angeles Lakers president, put...Read More
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If you watched the Golden State Warriors dismantle the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night in Oakland, something other than the final score caught your eye.
Long time New York Knicks fan Spike Lee was sitting court side for the game.
He even met up with first-year Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.
When asked by Kerr what he was doing there, Lee responded:
I haven’t seen a good...
Shane Battier was one of the better defenders in the NBA during his 13 seasons as a pro, and much of his success was a result of research and preparation. But when it came to guarding Carmelo Anthony, Battier says there wasn’t all that much to prepare for. Battier, who spent his last three seasons...Read More
If anyone connected to New York City during the 90s, it was Anthony Mason. His passing cuts deep for those of us who came of age in the Knicks' last heyday.
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Anthony Mason, one of the most popular players in recent New York Knicks history, died Saturday morning. He was 48.
Mason had recent health problems, as he was diagnosed with congestive heart failure earlier in the month.
“First I want to thank all those who offered prayers and well-wishes for my Father, our family really appreciates it,” his son, Anthony Mason...
We are actually writing an article about Baron Davis and it doesn’t include him being kidnapped by aliens.
The year is 2015, and the former lottery pick is apparently ready to make a comeback in the NBA.
This is real life stuff right here.
Davis indicated to TMZ Sports that he is in communication with “multiple playoff contenders” regarding a return to the Association....
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Justin Bartha, who you probably know best from his role as Doug in ‘The Hangover’ trilogy, was at Sunday’s Knicks game in New York, where he was asked to do an interview with MSG’s Jill Martin.The interview got off to an innocent enough start with Martin asking Bartha about his Oscar favorites, but it quickly
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